I'M SORRY I'M GOING TO HAVE TO REMIND YOU TO TALK TO THE LITTLE BUTTON AND TRY TO AVOID LOOKING OUT THE WINDOW IF YOU COULD.
Alright. We were so, uh, caught up with emotions. There were tears of joy, we just had a very good time that night. And we called everybody we could, to relate—relay the news to them. When I was home that day, alone, and when I heard the news that the decision had been handed down in our favor, and I was just overjoyed. I was just so happy, I, the first thing I did was to call my mother. And she and I were both were, I think were in tears, when we were talking about it. And I could hardly wait until my family came home that evening. First the children got home, and I told them. And they were very, very pleased, as I was. And then when my husband came, oh, we were all very much elated. And he said a special prayer, he was so happy about it. Thanks be to God that this had been—had happened, that something was going to be done for his people, at last.